Frazer Lee’s debut novel The Lamplighters was a Bram Stoker Award® Finalist for ‘Superior Achievement in a First Novel’.
His other published works include the Amazon number 1 horror/thriller Panic Button: The Official Movie Novelisation, novels The Jack in the Green, The Skintaker, Hearthstone Cottage, Greyfriars Reformatory and the Daniel Gates Adventures series of novellas. Frazer’s short stories (one of which received the Geoffrey Ashe Prize from the Library of Avalon, Glastonbury) have appeared in anthologies including the acclaimed Read By Dawn series.
Frazer Lee is also a screenwriter, filmmaker and University lecturer, and lives with his family in Buckinghamshire, England – just across the cemetery from the actual Hammer House of Horror.
Novels (click on the covers for more information)
So Much to See
Short story, published as part of The Infinite Bard Project, 2019.
To Take the Water Down and Go To Sleep
Short story. Published in The Beauty of Death Volume 2, Independent Legions 2017.
Ill Met By Moonlight
Chapbook, paperback, GhostWriter 2009.
Urbane and Other Horror Tales
Collection, paperback, Lulu.com 2009.
Short story. Published in Read By Dawn Vol. 3, paperback, Bloody Books 2008.
Short story. Published in Read By Dawn Vol. 2, paperback, Bloody Books 2007.
Conspiracy of Silence
Short story. Published in Nocturne 5, paperback, Calvin House 2006.
Short story. Published in Lunar Harvest, paperback, Calvin House 2005.
Short story. Published in Maelstrom, paperback, Calvin House 2004.
Runner up – Geoffrey Ashe Prize, Library of Avalon, Glastonbury.
Ill Met By Moonlight
Short story. Published in Lighthouse Magazine Issue 2, Dec 2003.
Some Velvet Mourning
Poem. Published in Horror Writers Association Poetry Showcase Volume V (ebook & paperback, Horror Writers Association 2018)
“Not everything that moves, breathes and talks is alive”: Christianity, Korean Shamanism and Reincarnation in Whispering Corridors (1998) and The Wailing (2016) – published in Scared Sacred: Idolatry, Religion and Worship in the Horror Film, editors: Rebecca Booth, Erin Thompson, R.F. Todd (House of Leaves Publishing, 2020)
Koji Suzuki’s Ring: A world literary perspective – published in Horror Literature From Gothic to Postmodern: Critical Essays. Editors Nicholas Diak, Michele Brittany (McFarland Publishing, 2020)
Awards & Nominations:
The Lamplighters (Finalist, ‘Superior Achievement in a First Novel’, Bram Stoker Awards® 2011)
The Lamplighters (Finalist, Book Pipeline Competition 2015)
Pendragon Rising (Runner up, Geoffrey Ashe Prize, Library of Avalon, Glastonbury)